With Martin Truex, Jr. locking up his spot in the second round of the playoffs last weekend at Chicagoland, that means there’s eleven spots left to determine in the next two races. This weekend, the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series goes to New Hampshire Motor Speedway, where last time we saw Denny Hamlin go to victory lane although Martin Truex, Jr. led for almost half of the race. Joe Gibbs Racing as a whole is very competitive at this track, and that organization has actually gone to victory lane in four of the last five races at this track. The only exception? Last year’s September race, when Kevin Harvick got a great restart late and went on to win (despite only leading 8 laps). Last week there was a lot of talk about how strong the Toyotas are, and that should be the case once again this weekend at New Hampshire.